Author: Kristina Neu
Course Summary
Most health care professionals assigned to an area of patient care will eventually encounter an emergency situation. Emergencies can occur within a controlled hospital or clinic setting but also in the community. In the community, an emergency can happen in a public location, without privacy, and it’s important to respect and protect the patient’s privacy to the best of your ability. Being the first person on the scene at a medical emergency may require the health care professional to respond to an individual suffering from a stroke, heart attack, seizure, poisoning incidence, or other critical condition. Being able to recognize and respond appropriately and quickly to common medical emergencies could be life-saving.
After completing this inservice, the learner will be able to:
  • Explain common medical emergencies
  • Identify the proper first aid or intervention for common medical emergencies
  • Describe helpful resources that provide quick emergency access or response through a toll-free number to assist in an emergency
Course Syllabus
  • Introduction
  • Basic Principles of Medical Emergency Response
  • Allergic Reactions
  • Asthma Attacks
  • Burn Injuries
  • Heart Emergencies
  • Choking Victims
  • Diabetic Emergencies And Hypoglycemia
  • Musculoskeletal Injuries and Lacerations
  • Poisoning Emergencies
  • Seizures
  • Stroke
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